Plot of land in West Cork Ireland

Plot of land in West Cork Ireland

Plot of land in West Cork Ireland

1.5 Acres of elevated land with spectacular, panoramic views over Dunmanus Bay and the Atlantic Ocean located  on Mizen Peninsula in West Cork Ireland.

At the back-drop of the site is Knock Aughna mountain. 

The site previously had planning permission for the erection of a dwelling house, which has now expired.  Current planning legislation restricts planning permission to local inhabitants and those would would offer employment in the area. 

Alternatively the site can be used for caravan / camping site, agricultural purposes, p.e  horses, bee-keeping, etc. 

A sheltered harbour with pier is within walking distance for swimming, sailing, canoeing, scuba diving, fishing etc.   

The location offers access to Schull with the Fastnet lighthouse, which is a landmark for the yacht race during Cowes week.

The area is a sailing and water sport paradise of great scenic and natural beauty. 

Also located in Cork is the Blarney Stone, Blackrock Castle, Fota Wildlife park and the Crawford art gallery.

About Cork:

Ireland's second city is first in every important respect – at least according to the locals, who cheerfully refer to it as the 'real capital of Ireland'. It's a liberal, youthful and cosmopolitan place that was badly hit by economic recession but is now busily reinventing itself with spruced-up streets, revitalised stretches of waterfront, and – seemingly – an artisan coffee bar on every corner. There's a developing hipster scene, but the best of the city is still happily traditional – snug pubs with live-music sessions, restaurants dishing up top-quality local produce, and a genuinely proud welcome from the locals.

The compact city centre is set on an island in the River Lee, surrounded by interesting waterways and packed with grand Georgian avenues, cramped 17th-century alleys and modern masterpieces such as the opera house.

St Patrick's St runs from St Patrick's Bridge on the North Channel of the Lee, through the city's main shopping and commercial area, to the Georgian Grand Parade, which leads to the river's South Channel. North and south of St Patrick's St lie the city's most entertaining quarters: grids of narrow streets crammed with pubs, shops, cafes and restaurants, fed by arguably the best foodie scene in the country.

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City / Town: Cork
Country: Ireland

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  • Product Code: 9823627
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